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A Stand Alone Study for Participants of A5175 (A Phase IV, Randomized, Open-Label Evaluation of the Efficacy of Once-Daily Protease Inhibitor and Once-Daily Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitor-Containing Therapy Combinations for Initial Treatme

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2006-05-02
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Globally, 40 million individuals are HIV-infected with 5 million new infections occurring each year; rates are increasing. Three million individuals died from HIV/AIDS in 2003. The global burden of the HIV epidemic is staggering, but in the short term, it is largely unfelt in the developed world...

HPTN HIV Prevention Preparedness Study Protocol Pune, India

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2001-10-15
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As described most recently by the researchers, health care providers, and community representatives who attended the International AIDS Conference this year, HIV/AIDS continues to exact a devastating toll on the health, economic and political infrastructure, and social fabric of communities...

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Research capacity-building program for clinicians and staff at a community-based HIV clinic in Uganda: A pre/post evaluation

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2012-10-01
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Publication: 
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
Developing capacity for HIV research and clinical practice is critically needed in resource-limited countries. The purpose of this study was to evaluate a research capacity building program for community-based participants in preparation and conduct of mHealth interventions. A descriptive, cross-...

Global health education for medical students: New learning opportunities and strategies

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2012-01-17
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Publication: 
Medical Teacher
Background: A new course was offered to introduce basic global health concepts to all first year Johns Hopkins medical students, that took advantage of new distance learning capacity to connect medical students in Baltimore with students and faculty in Uganda, Ethiopia, Pakistan and India. Aims:...

Information and communication technology and community-based health sciences training in Uganda: perceptions and experiences of educators and students

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2012-01-15
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Countries: 
Publication: 
Informatics for Health and Social Care
Chang LW, Mwanika A, Kaye D, Muhwezi WW, Nabirye RC, Mbalinda S, Okullo I, Kennedy CE, Groves S, Sisson SD, Burnham G, Bollinger RC. Information and communication technology and community-based health sciences training in Uganda: perceptions and experiences of educators and students. Inform Health...

Perceptions and valuation of a community-based education and services (COBES) program in Uganda

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2012-01-15
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Countries: 
Publication: 
Medical Teacher
Information and communication technology (ICT) has been advocated as a powerful tool for improving health education in low-resource settings. However, few evaluations have been performed of ICT perceptions and user experiences in low-resource settings. During late 2009, an internet-based survey on...

Impact of a mHealth intervention for peer health workers on AIDS Care in rural Uganda: a mixed methods evaluation of a cluster-randomized trial

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2011-11-15
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Countries: 
Publication: 
AIDS and Behavior
Mobile phone access in low and middle-income countries is rapidly expanding and offers an opportunity to leverage limited human resources for health. We conducted a mixed methods evaluation of a cluster-randomized trial exploratory substudy on the impact of a mHealth (mobile phone) support...

Faculty diversity programs in U.S. medical schools and characteristics associated with higher faculty diversity.

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2011-10-15
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Publication: 
Academic Medicine
Purpose: To describe diversity programs for racial and ethnic minority faculty in U.S. medical schools and identify characteristics associated with higher faculty diversity. Method: The authors conducted a cross-sectional survey study of leaders of diversity programs at 106 U.S. MD-granting medical...

A comparison of online versus on-site training in health research methodology: A randomized study

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2011-06-17
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Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC Medical Education
Background: Distance learning may be useful for building health research capacity. However, evidence that it can improve knowledge and skills in health research, particularly in resource-poor settings, is limited. We compared the impact and acceptability of teaching two distinct content areas,...

Building a global health education network for clinical care and research: the benefits and challenges of distance learning tools

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2011-06-15
Publication: 
Infectious Disease Clinics of North America
Expanding the capacity for clinical care and health research is a global priority and a global challenge. In disenfranchised communities facing the largest burden of disease, whether they be in rural Africa or in urban US, there is a great need for more well-trained, competent and dedicated health...

The Afya Bora Consortium: an Africa-US partnership to train leaders in global health

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2011-06-15
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Publication: 
Infectious Disease Clinics of North America
The Afya Bora Consortium is a partnership of eight academic health institutions, four in Africa and four in the United States. The Consortium members have a history of collaboration in four African-U.S. pairs: Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, and Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland,...

Early childhood growth among Mahadev Koli tribes of Maharashtra

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2011-06-01
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Countries: 
Publication: 
Voice of Intellectual Man
The present study aims “to study the growth status of the children of age group 0 to 5 years of Mahadev koli”. This cross-sectional study focuses on growth of children of age group 0 to 5 years in Ambegaon Taluka, Pune district, Maharashtra. Using De-facto population, 110 Mahadev Koli- 51 girls and...

Mixed methods evaluation of an international internet-based continuing medical education course for pediatric HIV providers in Pune, India

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2011-04-09
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Countries: 
Publication: 
Education for Health
Context: Studies of HIV care in Pune, a high-HIV-prevalence city in India, have shown that a significant proportion of practitioners were not adhering to national guidelines due to inadequate awareness and understanding. Objectives: This study examined the effectiveness of a pilot Internet-based...

An assessment of Makerere University College of Health Sciences: optimizing health research capacity to meet Uganda’s priorities

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2011-03-09
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Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Health research is critical to the institutional mission of the Makerere College of Health Sciences (MakCHS). Optimizing the alignment of health research capacity at MakCHS with the health needs and priorities of Uganda, as outlined in the country’s Health Sector Strategic Plan (HSSP),...

A grander challenge: the case of how Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) contributes to health outcomes in Africa

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2011-03-09
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Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: "Grand challenges" in global health have focused on discovery and development of technologies to save lives. The "granderchallenge" involves building institutions, systems, capacity and demand to effectively deliver strategies to improve health. In 2008, MakerereUniversity began a...

Situational analysis of teaching and learning of medicine and nursing students at Makerere Univesity College of Health Sciences

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2011-03-09
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Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) in Uganda is undergoing a major reform to become a more influential force in society. It is important that its medicine and nursing graduates are equipped to best address the priority health needs of the Ugandan population, as...

The organization and implementation of community-based education and service programs for health worker training institutions in Uganda

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
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Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Community-based education (CBE) is part of the training curriculum for most health workers in Uganda. Most programs have a stated purpose of strengthening clinical skills, medical knowledge, communication skills, community orientation of graduates, and encouragement of graduates to work...

Perceptions and valuations of community-based education and service by alumni at Makerere University College of Health Sciences

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2011-03-09
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Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Training of health professionals can be deliberately structured to enhance rural recruitment by exposing the trainees to the realities of rural life and practice through Community-Based Education and Service (COBE) programs. Few studies have surveyed the alumni of these programs to...

Unique aspects of the care of HIV-positive Latino patients living in the United States

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2010-08-15
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Countries: 
Publication: 
Current HIV/AIDS Reports
Latinos are disproportionately affected by HIV, with a higher risk of infection and a delayed presentation to care as compared to non-Hispanic whites. Over the last decade many Latinos, especially foreign-born migrants, have settled in regions of the country with historically low Latino...

High risk for occupational exposure to HIV and utilization of post-exposure prophylaxis in a teaching hospital in Pune, India

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2008-10-21
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Publication: 
BMC Infectious Diseases
Background: The risk for occupational exposure to HIV has been well characterized in the developed world, but limited information is available about this transmission risk in resource-constrained settings facing the largest burden of HIV infection. In addition, the feasibility and utilization of...

Telecommunications and health care: An HIV/AIDS warmline for communication and consultation in Rakai, Uganda

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2008-04-25
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Countries: 
Publication: 
Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care
Hotlines and warmlines have been successfully used in the developed world to provide clinical advice; however, reports on their replicability in resource-limited settings are limited. A warmline was established in Rakai, Uganda, to support an antiretroviral therapy program. Over a 17-month period,...

Responding to the human resource crisis: Peer health workers, mobile phones, and HIV care in Rakai, Uganda.

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2008-03-15
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Countries: 
Publication: 
AIDS Patient Care and STDs
Dear Editor: Two challenges to successful antiretroviral therapy (ART) scale-up in resource-limited settings (RLS) are human resource and healthcare infrastructure limitations.1 We read with interest the modeling study by Bärnighausen et al. which describes the complexities of ensuring adequate...

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Conducting ID Research in India and Beyond

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2016-03-14
Gupta, A. Conducting ID Research in India and Beyond. ID Didactic Research Forum, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Baltimore, MD.

Combination HIV Prevention and HIV Incidence in a Ugandan Hotspot Fishing Community

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2016-02-23
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Kagaayi J, Grabowski MK, Nakigozi G, Kigozi G, Nalugoda F, Ssekubugu R, Gray RH, Serwadda D, Wawer MJ, Chang L. Combination HIV Prevention and HIV Incidence in a Ugandan Hotspot Fishing Community. Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections 2016. Boston, MA. 2016.

TB Risk Perceptions Among Medical Residents at a Tertiary Care Center in India

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2015-12-06
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Pardeshi G , Parande M, Kadam D, Chandanwale A, Deluca A, Bollinger R, Farley J, Suryavanshi N. TB Risk Perceptions Among Medical Residents at a Tertiary Care Center in India. 46th Union World Conference on Lung Health. International Union for Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. Cape Town, South Africa.

TB Outbreak among Health Care Workers and Trainees in a Tertiary-care Hospital in Pune, India

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2015-12-05
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Basavaraj A , Patil A, Kadam DB, Chandanwale A, Jain D, DeLuca A, Mave V, Bollinger R. TB Outbreak among Health Care Workers and Trainees in a Tertiary-care Hospital in Pune, India. 46th Union World Conference on Lung Health. Cape Town, South Africa.

Isoniazid Hair Concentrations in Children with TB

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2015-12-05
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Mave V, Kinikar AA, Gupte N, Nimkar S, Kagal A, Horng H, Ramachandran G, Dooley K, Gupta A. Isoniazid Hair Concentrations in Children with TB. 46th Union World Conference on Lung Health. International Union for Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. Cape Town, South Africa.

Developing a Validated Tool to Assess Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease Trainees’ Ability to Obtain and Interpret TB Diagnostics

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2015-10-11
Chida N, Gupta A, Bollinger B, Melia M. Developing a Validated Tool to Assess Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease Trainees’ Ability to Obtain and Interpret TB Diagnostics. ID Week 2015. San Diego, CA. 2015

A Man from Central America with Progressive Shortness of Breath

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2015-10-07
Chida, N. A Man from Central America with Progressive Shortness of Breath. ID Week 2015. San Diego, CA. 2015.

Global Teaching of Global Health Competencies for Medical Students in Uganda

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2015-07-15
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Bollinger, R. Global Teaching of Global Health Competencies for Medical Students in Uganda. Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI) Innovation Session. Harare, Zimbabwe.

Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools (HSHPS) 2015 Workshop

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2015-06-30
Page, K. Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools (HSHPS) 2015 Workshop. Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools (HSHPS) 2015 Workshop. HSHPS and National Institutes of Health. Bethesda, MD. 2015.

eLearning Development in the Moodle Learning Management System

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2015-05-31
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McKenzie-White, J. eLearning Development in the Moodle Learning Management System. Addis Ababa College of Health Sciences. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Teaching Learners to Communicate Effectively with Limited English Proficiency Patients

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2015-04-30
Page, K. Teaching Learners to Communicate Effectively with Limited English Proficiency Patients. Institute for Excellence in Education. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Baltimore, MD.

Conducting HIV/TB Research in India: Challenges and Opportunities

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2015-04-17
Gupta, A. Conducting HIV/TB Research in India: Challenges and Opportunities. Grand Rounds, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Baltimore, MD.

Medical Education Costs Can Be Significantly Lowered Without Sacrificing Quality

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2015-04-11
Bollinger, R. Medical Education Costs Can Be Significantly Lowered Without Sacrificing Quality. Extreme Affordability Conference. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Grand Rounds

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2015-03-31
Page, K. Grand Rounds. Center for Child and Community Health Research. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Bayview Medical Center. Baltimore, MD.

Mobilizing Research for Global Health

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2015-03-25
Bollinger, R. Mobilizing Research for Global Health. Sixth Annual CUGH Conference. Consortium of Universities for Global Health. Boston, MA.

TB in Pregnancy

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2015-03-05
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Gupta, A. TB in Pregnancy. RePORT India TB Workshop. Mumbai, India.

Conducting Infectious Diseases Research in India

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2015-02-16
Gupta, A. Conducting Infectious Diseases Research in India. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Baltimore, MD.

Empowering Women in Global Health: Lessons Learned and Strategies for Success

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2015-02-16
Gupta, A. Empowering Women in Global Health: Lessons Learned and Strategies for Success. Empowering Women in Global Health: Lessons Learned and Strategies for Success. New York, NY.

Reducing Hepatitis C Viral Load and Genotype Ordering At Johns Hopkins Hospital

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2015-02-01
Chida N, Greenbaum A, Tuddenham S, Kendall K, Ray S, Melia M. Reducing Hepatitis C Viral Load and Genotype Ordering At Johns Hopkins Hospital. Johns Hopkins High Value Research Symposium 2015. Baltimore, MD. 2015.

PMTCT: Current Recommendations

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2015-01-31
Mave, V. PMTCT: Current Recommendations. 5th National Conference on HIV/AIDS Therapy. Mumbai, India.

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Research capacity-building program for clinicians and staff at a community-based HIV clinic in Uganda: A pre/post evaluation

Post Date: 
2012-10-01
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
Developing capacity for HIV research and clinical practice is critically needed in resource-limited countries. The purpose of this study was to evaluate a research capacity building program for community-based participants in preparation and conduct of mHealth interventions. A descriptive, cross-...

Global health education for medical students: New learning opportunities and strategies

Post Date: 
2012-01-17
   |   
Publication: 
Medical Teacher
Background: A new course was offered to introduce basic global health concepts to all first year Johns Hopkins medical students, that took advantage of new distance learning capacity to connect medical students in Baltimore with students and faculty in Uganda, Ethiopia, Pakistan and India. Aims:...

Information and communication technology and community-based health sciences training in Uganda: perceptions and experiences of educators and students

Post Date: 
2012-01-15
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Informatics for Health and Social Care
Chang LW, Mwanika A, Kaye D, Muhwezi WW, Nabirye RC, Mbalinda S, Okullo I, Kennedy CE, Groves S, Sisson SD, Burnham G, Bollinger RC. Information and communication technology and community-based health sciences training in Uganda: perceptions and experiences of educators and students. Inform Health...

Perceptions and valuation of a community-based education and services (COBES) program in Uganda

Post Date: 
2012-01-15
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Medical Teacher
Information and communication technology (ICT) has been advocated as a powerful tool for improving health education in low-resource settings. However, few evaluations have been performed of ICT perceptions and user experiences in low-resource settings. During late 2009, an internet-based survey on...

Impact of a mHealth intervention for peer health workers on AIDS Care in rural Uganda: a mixed methods evaluation of a cluster-randomized trial

Post Date: 
2011-11-15
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
AIDS and Behavior
Mobile phone access in low and middle-income countries is rapidly expanding and offers an opportunity to leverage limited human resources for health. We conducted a mixed methods evaluation of a cluster-randomized trial exploratory substudy on the impact of a mHealth (mobile phone) support...

Faculty diversity programs in U.S. medical schools and characteristics associated with higher faculty diversity.

Post Date: 
2011-10-15
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Countries: 
Publication: 
Academic Medicine
Purpose: To describe diversity programs for racial and ethnic minority faculty in U.S. medical schools and identify characteristics associated with higher faculty diversity. Method: The authors conducted a cross-sectional survey study of leaders of diversity programs at 106 U.S. MD-granting medical...

A comparison of online versus on-site training in health research methodology: A randomized study

Post Date: 
2011-06-17
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Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC Medical Education
Background: Distance learning may be useful for building health research capacity. However, evidence that it can improve knowledge and skills in health research, particularly in resource-poor settings, is limited. We compared the impact and acceptability of teaching two distinct content areas,...

Building a global health education network for clinical care and research: the benefits and challenges of distance learning tools

Post Date: 
2011-06-15
Publication: 
Infectious Disease Clinics of North America
Expanding the capacity for clinical care and health research is a global priority and a global challenge. In disenfranchised communities facing the largest burden of disease, whether they be in rural Africa or in urban US, there is a great need for more well-trained, competent and dedicated health...

The Afya Bora Consortium: an Africa-US partnership to train leaders in global health

Post Date: 
2011-06-15
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Publication: 
Infectious Disease Clinics of North America
The Afya Bora Consortium is a partnership of eight academic health institutions, four in Africa and four in the United States. The Consortium members have a history of collaboration in four African-U.S. pairs: Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, and Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland,...

Early childhood growth among Mahadev Koli tribes of Maharashtra

Post Date: 
2011-06-01
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Countries: 
Publication: 
Voice of Intellectual Man
The present study aims “to study the growth status of the children of age group 0 to 5 years of Mahadev koli”. This cross-sectional study focuses on growth of children of age group 0 to 5 years in Ambegaon Taluka, Pune district, Maharashtra. Using De-facto population, 110 Mahadev Koli- 51 girls and...

Mixed methods evaluation of an international internet-based continuing medical education course for pediatric HIV providers in Pune, India

Post Date: 
2011-04-09
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Countries: 
Publication: 
Education for Health
Context: Studies of HIV care in Pune, a high-HIV-prevalence city in India, have shown that a significant proportion of practitioners were not adhering to national guidelines due to inadequate awareness and understanding. Objectives: This study examined the effectiveness of a pilot Internet-based...

An assessment of Makerere University College of Health Sciences: optimizing health research capacity to meet Uganda’s priorities

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Health research is critical to the institutional mission of the Makerere College of Health Sciences (MakCHS). Optimizing the alignment of health research capacity at MakCHS with the health needs and priorities of Uganda, as outlined in the country’s Health Sector Strategic Plan (HSSP),...

A grander challenge: the case of how Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) contributes to health outcomes in Africa

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: "Grand challenges" in global health have focused on discovery and development of technologies to save lives. The "granderchallenge" involves building institutions, systems, capacity and demand to effectively deliver strategies to improve health. In 2008, MakerereUniversity began a...

Situational analysis of teaching and learning of medicine and nursing students at Makerere Univesity College of Health Sciences

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) in Uganda is undergoing a major reform to become a more influential force in society. It is important that its medicine and nursing graduates are equipped to best address the priority health needs of the Ugandan population, as...

The organization and implementation of community-based education and service programs for health worker training institutions in Uganda

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Community-based education (CBE) is part of the training curriculum for most health workers in Uganda. Most programs have a stated purpose of strengthening clinical skills, medical knowledge, communication skills, community orientation of graduates, and encouragement of graduates to work...

Perceptions and valuations of community-based education and service by alumni at Makerere University College of Health Sciences

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Training of health professionals can be deliberately structured to enhance rural recruitment by exposing the trainees to the realities of rural life and practice through Community-Based Education and Service (COBE) programs. Few studies have surveyed the alumni of these programs to...

Unique aspects of the care of HIV-positive Latino patients living in the United States

Post Date: 
2010-08-15
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Current HIV/AIDS Reports
Latinos are disproportionately affected by HIV, with a higher risk of infection and a delayed presentation to care as compared to non-Hispanic whites. Over the last decade many Latinos, especially foreign-born migrants, have settled in regions of the country with historically low Latino...

High risk for occupational exposure to HIV and utilization of post-exposure prophylaxis in a teaching hospital in Pune, India

Post Date: 
2008-10-21
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Countries: 
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Clinical Sites: 
Publication: 
BMC Infectious Diseases
Background: The risk for occupational exposure to HIV has been well characterized in the developed world, but limited information is available about this transmission risk in resource-constrained settings facing the largest burden of HIV infection. In addition, the feasibility and utilization of...

Telecommunications and health care: An HIV/AIDS warmline for communication and consultation in Rakai, Uganda

Post Date: 
2008-04-25
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care
Hotlines and warmlines have been successfully used in the developed world to provide clinical advice; however, reports on their replicability in resource-limited settings are limited. A warmline was established in Rakai, Uganda, to support an antiretroviral therapy program. Over a 17-month period,...

Responding to the human resource crisis: Peer health workers, mobile phones, and HIV care in Rakai, Uganda.

Post Date: 
2008-03-15
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
AIDS Patient Care and STDs
Dear Editor: Two challenges to successful antiretroviral therapy (ART) scale-up in resource-limited settings (RLS) are human resource and healthcare infrastructure limitations.1 We read with interest the modeling study by Bärnighausen et al. which describes the complexities of ensuring adequate...

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First lesson of herpes transmission: There is pretty much no way to know who gave you herpes

Post Date: 
2017-08-03
Source: 
SELF Magazine
Kathleen Page talks herpes transmission in a SELF Magazine feature.

Vidya Mave Promoted to Assistant Professor

Post Date: 
2017-06-06
Dr. Vidya Mave oversees clinical research & visiting researchers in India, including students conducting global health field studies

Fogarty International Center, a linchpin of global health research

Post Date: 
2017-05-17
Source: 
JAMA
Bob Bollinger weighs in on NIH’s Fogarty Program & the strategic benefits the program offers for US disease surveillance.

Amita Gupta and colleagues discuss female leadership in academic global health

Post Date: 
2017-05-04
Drs. Gupta, Manabe, Mathad discuss need for more women in global health leadership at CUGH's annual meeting.

Health on the Go: Mobile Clinic Delivers TB Services at Point of Need

Post Date: 
2017-03-24
Thanks to Raj and Bharti Shah, CTIS, & the NB Shah Charitable Trust, we are able to reach more people in Maharashtra who need care

Study highlights burden of community-onset antimicrobial resistance in India

Post Date: 
2017-03-21
Source: 
Healio
Healio features an antimicrobial resistance study by Dr. Vidya Mave, et al.

Global Impact Report

Post Date: 
2017-01-31
Learn about CCGHE's work to improve infectious disease prevention & treatment around the world.

2017 Directors' Statement

Post Date: 
2017-01-31
A New Decade of Global Health Impact The CCGHE recently marked its 10-year anniversary, and it’s an occasion that affords an opportunity to reflect on the progress we’ve made so far, and envision what lies ahead. We are encouraged by the changes we’ve seen in health outcomes for people living with...

World AIDS Day 2016 at BJGMC

Post Date: 
2016-12-06
Read more about 2016 World AIDS Day activities at the BJGMC Clinical Site in Pune, India.

CCGHE at ID Week 2016

Post Date: 
2016-10-11
OCTOBER 27 TB Infection Prevalence, Incidence and Risk Factors among Child and Adult Household Contacts of Adult TB Cases in India Shivakumar SVBY, Chandrasekaran P, Thiruvengadam K, Gupte N, Mave V, Hannah LE, Kulkarni V, Gupte A, Deluca A, Gomathy NS, Sathyamurthi P, Paradkar M, Kohli R, Meshram...

Help on wheels to screen TB in rural areas

Post Date: 
2016-07-26
Source: 
The Times of India
A state-of the art health services bus would provide medical care to rural populace at their doorsteps. Designed through a donation of US$100,000 from philanthropists Raj and Bharati Shah of the US-based Capital Technology Information Services (CTIS), the mobile health and wellness clinic launched...

2016 Global Health Established Field Placement Awardees

Post Date: 
2016-06-28
The following Johns Hopkins students received Global Health Established Field Placement Awards to work on CCGHE research studies in India and Uganda. Each student is spending a minimum of 6 weeks in the field, and each has been awarded $3500 from the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health for...

Confronting Gender Based Violence 2016 Course

Post Date: 
2016-06-16
2016-06-16—The Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education (CCGHE) is pleased to launch the free online course Confronting Gender-based Violence: Global Lessons for Healthcare Workers. Registration is now open for the course, which is being offered through Coursera. It is scheduled to...

Up Close: Jessica Elf

Post Date: 
2016-05-31
The quality of air is an ethical imperative.

Can Technology & Training Promote Retention in Care & Prevent HIV Transmission?

Post Date: 
2016-05-10
When HIV+ mothers are actively engaged in care, they are far less likely to transmit the disease to their babies. And while HIV+ women in India generally seek initial care, maintaining continuity of care can be challenging. One study in India seeks to answer the question: Can a focused empowerment...

CCGHE at CROI 2016

Post Date: 
2016-02-29
JOHNS HOPKINS CENTER FOR CLINICAL GLOBAL HEALTH EDUCATION AT CROI 2016 FEBRUARY 22-25 2016 | BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23 Combination HIV Prevention and HIV Incidence in a Ugandan Hotspot Fishing Community. Poster Presentation. Session: HIV Testing and Prevention. Authors: Kagaayi J,...

Up Close: Matthew Robinson

Post Date: 
2016-02-01
Looking for Causes of Fever in India “The most common reason Indians go to the doctor is for fever. The list of potential causes for fever in India and other low and middle income countries in tropical settings is extensive.” Matt Robinson, MD, is a Clinical Fellow whose research in India aims to...

BJGMC Clinical Research Site Observes World AIDS Day

Post Date: 
2015-12-14
Pune, India—To mark the struggle of those living with HIV and in commemoration of those who have lost their lives, the Clinical Research Site at Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College (BJGMC CRS) participated in the National AIDS Trust’s World AIDS Day . Each year on December 1, events are...

CCGHE At The Union 2015

Post Date: 
2015-11-30
JOHNS HOPKINS CENTER FOR CLINICAL GLOBAL HEALTH EDUCATION AT THE UNION DECEMBER 2- 6 2015 | CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA Congratulations, Fogarty Fellows & Ujala Scholars! Dr. Anita Basavaraj, Ms. Jessica Elf, Dr. Sunita Girish, Dr. Nikhil Gupte, Dr. Aarti Kinikar, Dr. Rahul Lokhande, Dr. Jyoti...

Dr. D.A. Henderson Visits CCGHE

Post Date: 
2015-08-06
L-R: Matt Robinson, Bahkti Hansoti, Prar Vasudevan (front), Natasha Chida (back), Geneva Phillips, D.A. Henderson, Bob Bollinger, Akshay Gupte, Jeff Tornheim, Molly Bowen. Photo by Matt Williams Baltimore, MD—Drs. Bob Bollinger and Amita Gupta and CCGHE fellows and staff welcomed Dr. D.A. Henderson...

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